Bone loss is one of the biggest challenges to overcome when planning restorative treatment, but a new study suggests dental implants may maintain stability even in cases of high crown-to-implant ratio.
A new twist on an old 3D printing method means that high-quality ceramic possibly suitable for dental use can now be fabricated quickly and effectively.
Dental decay could cause unhappiness by more than just dissatisfaction with appearance- psychological mirroring is also at play.
What if we could simply re-grow missing or damaged teeth? A new study has found a surprising link between the continuously-replaced taste buds and two-sets-only teeth.
How do you choose and fit the best abutment? Learn how the Easi-ACCES® technique can simplify the path to an esthetic and long-lasting restoration.
Placing an implant immediately? Choose one with a conical profile, reports a new study. The results of a new study associate conical shape with higher primary stability and success.
Simply the best micro-surgery motor, available now from OsteoReady!
The association between heart disease and periodontitis remains tricky to pin down, and experts disagree whether one "causes" the other. A new study reveals a mechanism by which oral bacteria specifically may contribute to heart disease.
Orofacial piercings—you love them or you hate them. A study shows these piercings can lead to serious oral health issues. We can all agree that bone loss is neither trendy nor "hardcore," right?
Social media is omnipresent in our society, but knowing where to draw the line between your professional life as a clinician and your personal life outside the office is essential.